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Gary: every year recruiting is such a battle. I have noticed universities like Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan etc have a large staff of analysts dedicated to watching film and communicating with recruits. These schools continue to get their share of top 100 recruits each year. Can you expand on the advantages or deficiencies in our atheltic deptarment when it comes to recruiting?
Garry, everyone here knows how Stevie T's maturity and experience helped anchor the defensive line this year by becoming a leader during games, in the locker room and on the practice field, who better to help sell USC to the visiting defensive line recruits visiting over the next three weekends. Minus his Senior Bowl weekend, have you heard if Stevie will still be on campus and available to help host Jay Tufele and the other incoming DL recruits?
Garry, do you expect a few, or more than a few surprises on signing day? Specifically, do you see us landing just the uncommitted high-profile guys we are following, or do you see us reeling in one, two, or even three big fish who seemed a lock for somewhere else before our big Rose Bowl win? I'm feeling we have a lot more clout then we did even after the UDUB win. Fight on!
What? Wow. You're going back to game one? Chuma and Simmons were solid when both stepped in for Zach. In fact, I will argue the line was more athletic and able to do more with Chuma in there. My opinion fwiw.
Garry: Its clear we need immediate help upfront on D. Any JCs or grad transfer (a miracle like Stevie T. would be nice)? Others who help and step up from the 2s & 3s? ILBs, DLs are thin. O-line same. Thx, KB